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The Best Genetic Computer Program in the World
Scientists begin to unravel the splicing code
by Rob Carter
The Neandertal mitochondrial genome
It does not support evolution
by Robert Carter
Neandertal genome like ours
Decoding of 60% of the Neandertal genome surprises evolutionists as to how similar it is to modern humans
by Rob Carter
Was life really created in a test tube? And does it disprove biblical creation?
Did Craig Venter make a synthetic life form, and does it show that life could have evolved from non-living chemicals?
by Jonathan Sarfati
The slow, painful death of junk DNA
New findings undermine the idea that large stretches of our DNA are useless.
by Rob Carter
From ape to man via genetic meltdown: a theory in crisis
A review of Genetic Entropy & The Mystery of the Genome by John C. Sanford
by Royal Truman
Taking a crack at the Neandertal mitochondrial genome
A full-length stretch of DNA from a Neandertal mitochondrion has been sequenced. Some are using it to allege that it came from a different species to modern humans. But is that deduction justified?
by Robert Carter
Does gene duplication provide the engine for evolution?
There are a number of problems with evolution by gene duplication and mutation.
by Jerry Bergman
Astonishing DNA complexity uncovered
A major study of human DNA reveals that there is probably no such thing as ‘junk DNA’. This makes the case for creation even more overwhelmingly powerful.
by Alex Williams
Genetics
A preview of the documentary Dismantled
Jacob’s livestock
Atheists mock the Bible as being unscientific, but in Genesis 30–31 we read about how God supernaturally superintended Jacob’s sheep breeding program, which fits facts from genetics
by Matthew Cserhati, Robert Carter
Irreducible complexity: some candid admissions by evolutionists
Some evolutionists acknowledge that it is a very serious problem for evolutionary theory
by John Woodmorappe